I recently opened an eatery contractor in our neighborhood and was doing entirely well.
The customers were coming in large numbers and my workers were doing a fantastic task.
Our sales were encouraging as pretty much everyone seemed to have accepted us. With things looking up, and going as planned, I was ready to cherish the fruits of my labor. The contractor had broken even after the first three months and I was confident that my buddy and I would soon start getting the projected profits. Unfortunately, the utility bills for the third month were a shocker. For some reason, I was supposed to pay several times more than I ordinarily did. I panicked as this was a sure way to go out of business. My hubby requested having the unit checked by a professional HVAC worker. Usually, a/c contributes bigly to energy cost. We had learned this from the other dealers my buddy and I managed across town. I immediately called Klein, my all time number one contractor. He visited the new establishment and was amazed at how well my buddy and I were doing in just a few months. After examining the system, he had a few things to say. First, the unit we currently used was too small for the space and was overworking. This meant less air conditioning was entirely happening as the unit was tied up attempting to overcompensate and in turn was using up too much energy. Fortunately there was a solution to this. First we had to get a new commercial unit that was fitted for the new space needs. Klein helped us secure an energy star rated heating and cooling system from their contractor in town. He also proposed us to use programmable control units that would help us better monitor the temperature changes. Klein also emphasized on respected repair. He requested professional maintenance checks every three months.